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Learning ModesIn this article I?d like to give a brief explanation about the main differences between young learners and adult learners. Before explaining the differences between these two categories though, we need to give a general explanation of what we could classify as adult/ young learners. An adult learner is a person (Age 18 to 100) who has spontaneously decided to attend a class to improve his/her knowledge of a specific subject. On the other hand, a young learner is a person (Age 5 to 17) who, in the majority of cases, has been ?forced? (by parents/school etc.) to attend a specific course. Since there?s an opposite reason why these two categories ?choose? to follow a course there will be also a different kind of motivation during the lessons. An adult learner is often very much motivated and eager to improve his skills(especially about grammar and vocabulary) while a young learner often lacks motivation; in this last case a good teacher knows how to motivate a young student (For example: Visual aids, entertaining role ?plays, interesting topics, good warmers etc). On the opposite, an adult learner is more concentrated on the grammatical structure of a sentence or on the improvement of his speaking